A growing number of state legislators are introducing measures aimed at protecting the electric grid from catastrophic events.
Chattanooga, Tenn., and Wilson, N.C., had petitioned commissioners to block state red tape that limits expansion of high-speed networks built by local governments.
The metal fixtures, already used in European cities, support riders as they wait at intersections.
In West Virginia, a public-private partnership is working to deliver preventative care to these patients, allaying the need for future emergency visits.
Federal grant programs could be disrupted by a shutdown and in some cases, that could impact payment of firefighter salaries.
“[F]ood scrap collection demonstrates that simple ideas can produce big results,” says one county executive in Maryland.
A new analysis suggests that jobs previously lost to the suburbs are returning to the core.
Mayor Kevin Faulconer wants to fix his city’s streets. But first, the city has to figure out which ones need the most immediate attention.
A sitcom goes where no politician dares.
Despite opposition from Congress, the District of Columbia will let residents smoke pot in their homes, but not on the street.
Wrightspeed has already won a deal from FedEx to use its technology in some delivery vehicles.